Quiz: How Long Until You Slip On Ice?
It's 6 degrees. It's 60 degrees. It's 6 degrees again. You know Hanover weather, and by now you've probably settled into a truly Dartmouthian holding pattern of perpetual uncertainty. Maybe you wear ten layers. Maybe you spent winterim training to withstand the physical and emotional pain of your nose hairs freezing together. Or maybe you avoid the problem entirely, accepting the reality of never again seeing a human face. Either way, it will happen: you will eventually slip on the ice.